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... sea front, which I had noticed on the drive into this area with Browny. I was almost instantaneously set upon by a youngish looking man riding a horse and cart and pointing at a laminated sheet of the various sights he could show me for just 300 pesos - less than 10 pounds. After shrugging him off twice or more, I eventually gave in, partially because I had no idea how I would find a single landmark without help. To my surprise, after a short trot down the path on ...
... pin down but, I was able to pull off leaving on Sunday, July 27 so after no less than six missed opportunities, I finally had the chance to see Jacqueline and Marc when they were in town (yay!).
First stop: Manila! My flight left SFO at 1:00 AM on Monday morning. After a 14 hour flight to Hong Kong it was just a swift two hour flight to Manila where a lovely gentleman from the Shangri La hotel was waiting for me on Tuesday morning. The ride ...
... money towards a local business. Later that day we confirmed two daytime dives (coral and wall dive) with a night dive to cap the next day for the price of 9600ps ($240) for the two of us. In between was the best part of the day. We rented a moped and went to enjoy Nacpan beach. I must remind everyone that I've been to Mexico, Jamaica, Hawaii, seen most of the west coast of the US, Florida and a large percentage of the coasts in Canada and this beach is by far the nicest, in my ...
After waiting in the international terminal for about an hour, we were asked to re-board the plane for the last leg of the trip into Manila. It would be about a four hour flight. Although sleep was beckoning, we knew we needed to stay awake so that we would sleep once we arrived in Manila. This would help us to sleep during the Filipino night and get us accustomed to the new time zone - exactly 12 hours opposite of our home back in Ohio. ...
... to Cafe Adriatico where I drank an SMB and reflected on the day and the whole trip as this was my last night in Asia before returning to the UK and work.
In the evening I returned to G Point where one of the drummers from Toto was introduced to me. The live music was very good as always and there was plenty of dancing. I took a taxi to NAIA Terminal Two at about three in the morning and began the long flight home.